Uri: The Surgical Strike review
Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Mohit Raina, Yami Gautam, Kirti Kulhari
Vicky Kaushal starrer Uri: The Surgical Strike has been released in cinemas. The film is based on the real incident of surgical strike happened in 2016. The Uri Attack was amongst the most brutal battles from Pakistan which killed 19 Indian soldiers.
Here is Uri: The Surgical Strike review which might help you to watch the movie.
Uri: The Surgical Strike Review
Story of the movie:
The film is based on the real incident of surgical strike happened in 2016. The Uri Attack was amongst the most brutal battles from Pakistan which killed 19 Indian soldiers. The attack took place in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir. Major Vihan Shergil (Vicky Kaushal) executing a counterblow on those terrorists. Vihan’s mother in Delhi is suffering from Alzheimer’s & hence he asks for premature retirement. But, Vihan is asked to retain his position by transferring to Delhi handling the Intelligence of the army.
From Pathankot to Pampore, the country faces multiple terrorist attacks and Vihan, away from the field finds this unsettling. With the help of Govind (Paresh Rawal), an Indian intelligence & law enforcement officer, Vihan places himself in the mission of this secretive surgical strike that’s planned under the guidance of Mr Prime Minister – Narendra Modi.
Vicky Kaushal delivers a brilliant performance in the film. He nailed it in his role. Yami Gautam does a fine job as an Intelligence officer but gets a limited space. While, Paresh Rawal as another intelligence officer has done justice to his role. Mohit Raina gets an interesting character to portray as Karan (Vihan’s brother-in-law) and he justifies it completely.
The film’s music is good. The background score of the film, as required, is mind-blowing.
The film’s direction is good. The first half is far more gripping than the second. Director Aditya Dhar is tuned in to the action scenes and manages to get the VFX, and most action sequences on point. The military attack and counter attack portions have been very well shot.
Watch Or Not:
You must watch this film.
Uri: The Surgical Strike Trailer: